A Californian woman serving a prison sentence following a live traffic accident following her sister's death was arrested a few weeks after her release.
20-year-old Obdulia Sánchez was arrested early Thursday in Stockton, California A brief persecution, police said. According to police threats of traffic and weapons.
She refused to stop when officials attempted to overtake her at around 1
Another person in the car
The police reported that a loaded weapon had been found in the car.
Sánchez was paroled at the end of last month after spending more than two years in prison following a conviction on July 21, 2017, of which her 14-year-old sister Jacqueline Sánchez Estrada was killed.
"What she did here in Stockton this morning is alarming because she has just been released from prison, is on probation and already has criminal activity," said Stockton police officer Joe Silva to NBC subsidiary KCRA Sacramento.
Sánchez was held late Thursday in the San Joaquin County jail. Online booking documents also indicate that she is facing charges for violating probation requirements. According to KCRA, she is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
It was not clear on late Thursday whether she had a lawyer.
Sánchez & # 39; s father told NBC daughter KSEE from Fresno that she had fled the attempted stop on Thursday morning because "she got scared, so she ran." He told the station that she was not allowed to drive and had her driving license suspended.
Sánchez was sentenced to six years and four months in prison after being convicted of manslaughter, DUI and endangering the child in the 2017 fatal accident. She was released at the end of September after 26 months in prison.
The California Highway Patrol said it overcorrected and lost control of the 2003 Buick they pulled off the road, and the car had both passengers overturned and ejected were unbuckled.
Sánchez's sister died and another 14-year-old passenger survived but was injured in the leg.
The prosecution said Sanchez had sent live streams while driving on Instagram, and the video shows her taking her hands off the wheel.
Sánchez was 18 years old at the time of the crash.
Associated Press contributed.